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Rush Hero (Ketchapp) – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

Rush Hero is a new kind of endless runner game, published by Ketchapp. In this game your character runs automatically, but you can move him or her left and right around the screen. The purpose is to avoid the falling and/or bouncing rocks and score as many points as you can, without getting smashed (even though getting smashed by a rock really is your inevitable fate in this game). Read on for some tips and tricks for Rush Hero!

Every time that a rock hits the ground, you will score one point. This remains true even if it is the same rock that hits the ground more than once, and as you keep running, more and more rocks will appear. This means that it will be very easy to attain a high score when the screen is loaded with rocks.

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If you want to get rid of all of the ads, you can purchase no ads, or you can set the phone or tablet that you are playing the game on into airplane mode. If you buy the no-ad upgrade, and then delete the game and download it again, you can hit the “reload” looking button in order to get your no-ad purchase back for free.

Play with your finger at the bottom of the screen rather than at the top. The lower that your finger is, the better your field of vision will be, and the better that your field of vision is, the easier it is to see all of the bouncing rocks overhead. Any obstruction to your view can make you die a whole lot more quickly.

Try to keep moving around a lot so that you don’t end up trapped. If you stay in one place for too long, it can be very easy to end up trapped in a corner. If you do end up in a corner, be diligent and look for a way out. Always try to be where the smallest number of rocks happens to be falling at one time.

If the game begins to get a little bit too frustrating, take a break for awhile and then come back to it later. After about half an hour or so, when you come back to the game you’ll often find it a hell of a lot easier to get a high score than it was when your adrenaline was pumping and your frustration was building earlier.